In this in depth report, readers will learn about the factors driving companies toward a human resources outsourcing model, along with the risks and advantages of outsourcing human resources functions and processes, and the approaches available.
With culture impacting your talent, products and services, clients and even revenue, it’s important to measure, review and nurture something that is so critical to your company’s success. Learn the 7 ways to help build a strong company culture now.
Establishing a startup’s business infrastructure early — that is, establishing support in the areas of legal, accounting, tax, insurance, and human resources (HR) — provides a number of critical benefits for any entrepreneur to consider. This paper discusses suggestions for management teams that will facilitate establishment of an appropriate infrastructure.
While several provisions of the new Affordable Care Act (ACA) have already gone into effect, there are several key dates business owners need to be aware of in the coming months and years. We’ve compiled a list, as well as several useful resources.
Published By: Skillsoft
Published Date: Aug 09, 2018
Compliance Training Tip:
Why Should I Implement a Hearing Conservation Program
in my Workplace?
Excessive noise could be putting your organization at risk.
Ongoing exposure to excessive noise in the workplace can lead to permanent hearing loss. It can also increase stress, reduce efficiency, interfere with concentration and cause fatigue. Excessive noise can even cause industrial accidents if employees can’t hear co-workers give them warnings or directions.
Hearing loss due to excessive noise is often so gradual that employees may not realize they have a problem until it’s too late. Fortunately, there are simple steps you take to protect your employees’ hearing… Download our free paper today to learn what those steps are.
You’ll also learn:
• What you can do to prevent hearing loss in the workplace
• The OSHA Standards for hearing conservation
• How Hearing Conservation can affect the bottom line
• And more
Published By: Globoforce
Published Date: Nov 06, 2013
Do you wish you had more insight into your performance review process and how to make it more effective? In our new Summer 2013 Workforce Mood Tracker Report, Empowering Employees to Improve Performance, we asked employees what they thought of reviews and what would make them better. Their answers may surprise you.
Published By: Globoforce
Published Date: Nov 06, 2013
According to Gallup, highly-engaged companies have 44% higher operating margins. This probably comes as no surprise. We all know engagement is good for the bottom line. But how can you translate that into higher engagement at your company? We’ve put together a white paper with some stats and advice to help you increase your employee engagement and raise the bar on organizational excellence.
Published By: Achievers
Published Date: Jun 26, 2014
Employees don’t leave companies. They leave bad managers. Bad managers are the number one reason employees quit. We’ve all experienced them at some point. They are the leading cause of employee disengagement. Today, 70 percent of North American employees feel indifferent or disengaged at work, costing the U.S. economy nearly $500 billion every year in lost productivity, substandard performance, and employee turnover.
This white paper attempts to clear up some of the confusion about the requirements mandated by health care reform by addressing three key areas: reforms already in place, looming deadlines for employers, and open issues for individuals. Because the implementation process is
a process, there are aspects to health care reform that remain open questions. We address the areas above with the information available at the time of publication.
The best way to prepare for the changing landscape of your workforce is with state-of-the-art talent management and succession planning tools. Chances are, you have the talent within your company you’ll need going forward—you just have to discover it, nurture it and find the best way to use this talent. Don’t be caught unawares when the economy improves and your employees start to leave. Instead, prepare now for the economic recovery so employees know they will have a bright future should they choose to stay.
In this white paper, we explain the process of defining and using competency models to jumpstart talent management initiatives as part of a Human Capital Management (HCM) strategy, and how software tools can automate these processes.
Michigan State's online certificate programs provide business professionals and organizations concise, yet powerful professional development series - available wherever, whenever you have access to a computer and Internet connection.
The Supply Chain Management or Strategic Leadership and Management programs offer an unparalleled combination of academic excellence, expert knowledge, content quality and advanced technology.
Michigan State is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
The Broad School has been accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) since 1953, representing the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide.
Employer-sponsored health benefits provide coverage for over 60% of the insured persons in the United States. Even with the Affordable Care Act expanding healthcare coverage, reliance on employer based coverage will remain a key component of the market. Employers are challenged with a continuing, rising trend in the cost of healthcare which significantly contributes to the overall cost of business.
Overlooked Insights In Employee Engagement
Do you know what your employees really want from your organization?
You can, and it pays to find out. But you may have to look beyond survey results (although we highly recommend them) to find out what really drives employee engagement.
The return on increased engagement is solid. A 2016 Gallup study shows that companies in the top quartile for
employee engagement outperform their competitors in the lowest quartile in many categories, including:
• 10% higher customer ratings
• 21% higher profitability
• 20% higher productivity
• 24%-59% lower turnover
• 41% lower absenteeism
• 40% fewer quality defects
The list goes on. Learning what motivates your workforce is a necessary (and profitable) part of your business.
This white paper will help you:
• understand and explore the importance of employee engagement
• drive employee retention and satisfaction
Read on to learn more about what employees want.
Building and retaining a productive team is one of the most important contributions an HR department can make toward the health and wealth of its organization. Most companies understand this, and as a result, devote resources toward employee retention and development initiatives.
But creating an onboarding process that meets your new hires’ expectations and transforms them into valuable, long-term contributors doesn’t have to be confusing or difficult. With a few key strategies and the right HR technology, any business can improve new-hire productivity, retention and engagement.
If designed properly, game mechanics can be successfully added into workplace wellness programs to amplify results and build engagement and excitement. Discover more about the role of game techniques in corporate health programs in this free paper.
It's important to select the right branding approach for your organization's health and wellness investments. Discover the merits and best practices of 3 branding approaches for your health and wellness benefits.
For financial business leaders and other c-level executives, moving away from unclear or ambiguous “improvements” to quantifiable measurements is crucial to the overall organization. Hard, meaningful data substantiates the execution of strategic, long-term business decisions. As technology is rapidly changing, executives can be challenged to find the right systems that drive business performance, provide competitive advantages, and increase the bottom line.
Talent management is evolving, and HR professionals must adapt for the future. Competition remains fierce to acquire the best talent from the largest candidate pool in history, while the traditional performance review cycle is no longer sufficient for evaluating the functions and needs of your people. Executives must ensure that managers are not only able to find the right individual for the job, but also retain, engage, and prepare top performers for leadership roles in a proactive way.
Is your recruiting process working for you? Do candidates refer others to your company, or are you scraping to fill your vacant positions? Fill out the form for your copy of Give Your Candidates What They Want and check out our top 5 simple ways to attract the BEST candidates: